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Libs of TikTok explains why she's not up for declaring a 'pandemic amnesty' with one image

As Twitchy reports, Emily Oster has a piece in The Atlantic called, “Let’s Declare a Pandemic Amnesty.” “Let’s acknowledge that we made complicated choices in the face of deep uncertainty, and then try to work together to build back and move forward,” she writes. That would be great news for the people who did the most damage, like the teachers’ unions that kept children out of school for up to two years and President Joe Biden, who tried to mandate the vaccine at the cost of losing your job. Biden, of course, got the initial two jabs and has had three boosters since, and still contracted COVID-19 — but he was willing to destroy people’s livelihoods over it.


Libs of TikTok has one screenshot explaining why she’s against calling a pandemic amnesty. It comes from the Los Angeles Times from January of this year, and calls for “anti-vaxxers” to be mocked; actually, they needed to be mocked.

As Twitchy reported, a lot of people were confused at the time; the author is Michael Hiltzik. The woman in the photo is Kelly Ernby, a prominent Orange County Republican who died unvaccinated and was against vaccine mandates (note that being anti-mandate is not the same as being anti-vax). Hiltzik wrote:

But mockery is not necessarily the wrong reaction to those who publicly mocked anti-COVID measures and encouraged others to follow suit, before they perished of the disease the dangers of which they belittled.

Nor is it wrong to deny them our sympathy and solicitude, or to make sure it’s known when their deaths are marked that they had stood fast against measures that might have protected others from the fate they succumbed to themselves.

Yeah, but let’s just put all that behind us and forgive and forget.



But that’s the whole point of the article … everyone escapes accountability because who could have known the harm caused? Just all of the people who were banished from social media for questioning “the science.”



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